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Kelly Tovar Mullaney
Working Art Media
Country of heritage: Venezuela
Kelly Tovar Mullaney, originally from Venezuela, fell in love with the Rochester, NY area when she first visited as a high school exchange student, and has been calling it home since 1994.
Kelly is the President of Working Art Media. She works with small businesses, non-profit organizations and business professionals to grow their business, presence and authority through online visibility.
She is a web designer/producer, social media advocate, enthusiastic photographer and an avid networker. She holds a BS degree in Computer Engineering from Simón Bolívar University (Venezuela) and a MS in Software Development & Project Management as well as an Advanced Graduate Certificate in Interactive Multimedia Development from the Rochester Institute of Technology.
Kelly’s involvement with her community has been extensive and varied. She has served on the Finger Lakes Wired Governing Board, Latinas Unidas Steering Committee & Board of Directors, Women in Computing Board of Directors, Rochester Women Association Splash Organizing Committee. She has also volunteered her time and skills with different non-profit organizations, including Rochester Memorial Art Gallery’s Hispanic Family Day, Rochester Professional Consultants Network , Puerto Rican Youth Development Program, Ibero-American Action League, North Clinton Avenue Business Association, Borinquen Dance Theater, Discovery Charter School and Latinos in Social Media, among others.
Kelly currently serves on the board of directors of the Rochester Hispanic Business Association; she is the Web and Social Media Manager for both the RHBA and Latinas Unidas. She is also a member of the Hispanic Scholarship Endowment Fund selection committee and an alumna of the United Way’s Latino Leadership Development Program. Kelly is a contributor for the blog ConXion through the Democrat and Chronicle, Rochester’s leading newspaper, and writes about issues relevant to the Hispanic community.